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Modern humans - Modern Human Origins Out of Africa Complete Replacement Nariokotome Out of Africa Multiregional Hypothesis Nariokotome Gran Dolina

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Unformatted text preview: Modern Human Origins Out of Africa Complete Replacement Nariokotome Out of Africa Multiregional Hypothesis Nariokotome Gran Dolina Lantian Trinil Evidence • Tim White, 2003 • 160-154,000 • Flat face • Kill sites Herto, Ethiopia Klasies River Mouth S. Africa • 120-90,000 • Chin • No retromolar space Katanda, Congo • Harpoon • 180-75,000? Border Cave, S. Africa • Ostrich eggshell beads • 40,000 • Exchange? Skhûl Cave, Israel • 115-90,000 • Variable features Skhul 5 Qafzeh, Israel • 90,000 yrs • 20 burials • Mousterian tools, red ochre, molluscs • Neanderthals at Tabun 115,000, Kebara 60,000? Europe-40,000 Cro-Magnon • 1868 • Rock shelter • 8 individuals • 30,000 • ‘norm’ Cro-Magnon 1, Old Man Abrigo do Lagar Velho, Portugal • 24,000 • Child 4 years • Red ocher, pierced shell Abrigo do Lagar Velho, Portugal • Modern traits – Teeth, pelvis • Neandertal traits – No chin, limb structure, muscle insertions • Partial replacement – Assimilation – Child’s skeleton Upper Palaeolithic Cultural Explosion? Aurignacian...
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Modern humans - Modern Human Origins Out of Africa Complete Replacement Nariokotome Out of Africa Multiregional Hypothesis Nariokotome Gran Dolina

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